Make your backyard the best steak house in town with this freshly cut filet mignon recipe.
The Bearded Buck
HUNTERS, HOSTS OF THE BEARDED BUCK TV SHOW
Hometown NORTHERN CAMBRIA, PA|
Grill PRO SERIES 34|
Favorite Hardwood HICKORY
The Bearded Buck crew is a group of friends who hunt and feast on wood-fired food together. Though they have day jobs, they’ve cultivated a hunting lifestyle brand that has made them widely known. This entertaining clan has a podcast and their antics have recently earned themselves their own show called The Bearded Buck TV Show.
Jerry Tibbott founded the hunting group and began Traegering over 10 years ago as a fun, relaxing outlet. Since then, Bearded Buck has acquired 1500 acres of land, built a hunting lodge, and rounded up a dynamic group of outdoorsmen who consider themselves deer, turkey, and land stewards.
The Bearded Buck crew measures success in memories and friendships. The friends are primarily bow hunters who enjoy smoking, grilling on their Pro 34, and filling the freezer with the fruits of the hunt for their family. Wood-fired venison back strap wraps are one of their favorite things to Traeger and they frequently concoct new big game recipes. The charismatic crew lives in central Pennsylvania and intend to pass this “hunters paradise” and their passion for hunting down to future generations.
“ It’s all about gobbles and grunts. ”
The Bearded Buck's Favorite Recipes
Get a little wild with Traeger’s Roasted Venison Tenderloin recipe. Start by marinating the venison for at least 8 hours in a mixture of red wine, garlic, soy sauce, rosemary, black pepper and olive oil. From there, cook them until medium-rare, which is 135 degrees F.
Don't let the name of this recipe fool you. Although it's called for Beginner's, it will seriously make you look like an award-winning champion. And there's no reason why you need to tell anyone how easy it is. That can be our little secret.
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Tell us about your most memorable day in the woods?
We spend so much time in the outdoors that we cant simply pick one day. Any day we get to spend in the great outdoors with family and friends is a memorable day.
For beginner hunters what’s the one bit of advice you would give?
Stay Positive and have fun. Don’t get caught up in the harvest! Get out there and learn the ways of the animals and just enjoy the time you get to spend outdoors. It is about much more than just pulling the trigger.